Syria asks UNSC to make Turkey answerable for aiding terrorists in Syria

Syria has asked the UN Security Council (UNSC) to make Turkey and other countries answerable for their help to terrorists, who are crossing into Syria, and for arms supplies to terrorists, according to Voice of Russia, TASS.

In a letter to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and to the Head of the UN Security Council that was released today, Syria’s ambassador to the United Nations Bashar Jaafari said that such conduct is a brazen violation of the resolutions of the international guiding bodies, including the resolutions of the UN Security Council.

“The Turkish authorities are systematically offering help in supplying arms to terrorists operating in a number of districts, including Bab- el-Hava, Fauz, Hirbat -el-Jaus, the Gazala Village, Tel- ed-Dahab, Atima, and some others. They support the groups which every day carry out terrorist attacks against the Syrian people, government buildings, and other infrastructure facilities, the diplomat wrote. According to him, terrorists attack hospitals, educational establishments, Muslim and Christian shrines, diplomatic missions, and even children at schools and school buses.